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Temple University student Cory Miller, 20, is in serious condition after former Temple student Sean Walker, 21, allegedly attempted a murder-suicide on Temple's main campus Saturday morning. Miller arrived for work at Vivacqua Hall, an administrative and academic offices building, located on the 1700 block of North Broad Street on Temple's campus, shortly before 8 a.m. on Saturday. Walker came by the building shortly after to see Miller, according to Barbara Baals, an official with Temple's Office of News and Media Relations. After firing two shots at Miller, Walker shot and killed himself. It is still unclear whether the attempted murder-suicide was premeditated, Baals said. She added that Walker may have been Miller's former boyfriend. Miller, a third-year student at Temple, is currently in serious condition at Hahnemann University Hospital.

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